30 Ally Kennedy
2022 U.S. Women Roster|
From almost out of nowhere Ally Kennedy burst onto the scene in her U.S. team debut. She hasn't stopped turning heads.
Ally Kennedy was a relative unknown when she debuted with the U.S. women's national team at the President's Cup in 2018. One sprint up the field and everyone knew who she was. She scored a team-high four goals in an exhibition game victory over the UWLX All-Stars at that event and has been a steady presence on the U.S. team ever since.
A two-time All-American at Stony Brook, Kennedy is one of the top all-around players in the sport. She played an instrumental role in carrying on the success of the Stony Brook program following the graduation of NCAA record setters Courtney Murphy and Kylie Ohlmiller.
- Made her debut with the U.S. team at the President’s Cup in Florida in 2018, scoring a team-best four goals to lead the U.S. to a 17-7 win over a UWLX all-star team
- Had a goal and two draw controls in return to Stony Brook during 15-8 win over Athletes Unlimited
- Two-time first team IWLCA All-American at Stony Brook
- Finished Stony Brook career ranked third in career goals (266), ninth in assists (63), fourh in points (329), second in ground balls (180) and second in draw controls (343)
- No. 2 overall pick in 2021 Athletes Unlimited Draft and went on to finish 16th in points on the leaderboard